Things might have gone differently in so many situations if R2-D2 had his own mech like this one from M<0><0>DSWIM. Tuskin Raiders? No Problem. Fell in a swamp? No problem. Stormtroopers? No Problem. Battle of Yavin? Ok, fitting him in the back of an X-Wing might have been a small problem, but I'm guessing this baby has flight capabilities, so no problem!
Imagine an alternate universe where the heroes and villains of Star Wars battled with mechs. That's the world builder M<0><0>DSWIM has been constructing for some time now, and it's pretty awesome. You can see the design cues from Luke's landspeeder in this mech, and it looks primed and ready to defend Tattooine from the evil galactic empire.
I can't help but think the movie Ghostbusters would have been entirely different if the boys in gray were equipped with these babies. Builder chubbybots imagines Ghostbusting via mech, and the results are captivating. This is Ecto 4, 5 and 6, each equipped we assume with an unlicensed nuclear accelerator. Staypuft wouldn't have stood a chance against these.
Builder M<0><0>DSWIM is back with another stunning Star Wars/Gundam mashup. This time it's a Star Wars Republic BARC speeder and the Gundam Barbados. The BARC were a pretty formidable force in the Clone Wars, but the Republic Biker Advanced Recon Commandos would have kicked some serious butt had they been piloting these bad boys.
This awesome figure by builder chubbybots is the result of mashing up two Pokemon and drawing inspiration from there. It takes a a little imagination to see Dragonite and Charizard X in this mech, but the influence is definitely there. The results are something totally new, and pretty spiffy if you ask me.
Here's a crazy mashup. Leave it to builder Takamichi Irie to take the whimsical, supernatural world of Ghostbusters and combine it with the brutal, post apocalyptic world of Mad Max. And this is a the result, an Ecto1, driven by Slimer, manned by Stay Puft and ready for some savage, super stunt road action.